Morgan Lewis lawyers provide corporate, finance, and investment management counsel to a diverse clientele of Fortune 500 companies and public and privately held businesses of all sizes; major commercial banks and other financial services institutions; investment banks and other financial advisors; private equity, hedge fund and mutual fund firms; emerging technology and life sciences companies and venture capitalists; telecom and media companies; energy companies; and management groups.
We have a thorough knowledge and understanding of our clients’ industries and business enterprise structures. Clients based in the United States and throughout the world rely on us to counsel them on mergers and acquisitions (including joint ventures and strategic alliances); private equity; finance (including transactional, institutional, and international finance); restructuring and bankruptcy; private and publicly traded investment funds; investment management; structured transactions; securities (including public and private equity and debt offerings); corporate governance and shareholder activism; emerging business and technology transactions; outsourcing and strategic commercial transactions; energy transactions; real estate; and tax matters.
We represent clients from offices in major financial centers in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. We serve as outside general counsel to many of the world’s leading companies and act as special counsel to others either in specific areas or on a transactional basis. We provide counsel to clients representing a diverse range of industry sectors, including financial services, life sciences, healthcare, technology, media, telecommunications, entertainment, energy (including renewable energy), shipping, and retail.
Handling complex transactions well requires a multidisciplinary approach and our breadth and depth across a wide variety of practice areas allows us when necessary to draw on the experience of colleagues whose primary services are in antitrust/competition, labor and employment, life sciences and healthcare/FDA regulatory, litigation, intellectual property, environmental, and employee benefits and executive compensation.